Matriz de Nossa Senhora do Porto Church, Morretes

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Matriz de Nossa Senhora do Porto Church was built in the first half of the 19th century to accompany a chapel erected in 1769. The clock in the tower, the site’s most notable feature, has functioned continuously since the church’s construction nearly two centuries ago. This simple white building is located near the heart of the city, near a popular and busy area that includes several restaurants and a small park. Make a stop here on your walking tour of the city to rest, take postcard shots of the surrounding area, and learn a bit about the region’s rich cultural and religious heritage. Put Matriz de Nossa Senhora do Porto Church at the forefront of your travel plans using our Morretes family vacation planner.
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  • The interior of the Church caught my eye and intrigued by the access be restricted by bars, I request information about a young man who was in the Church and she promptly informed me that it was because of the work of art painted by the Via Crucis illustrious son of city Tan, born in Bonn, studied art at Morretes Italy and died in Curitiba without completing the last frame. The Church is at the top of a hill stands out in the landscape and is well preserved.
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  • It's always very interesting to discover the churches of small towns but that particularly intrigued me because access was restricted by bars.
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  • A historic church, whose most interesting aspect is the way of the cross, work of Theodoro de Bona, painted with faces gives community.
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